Current Research

  • Reverse genetics, trait development with the help of mutation breeding and CRISPR based techniques.
  • To work with population and quantitative genetics for understanding valuable crop traits.
  • Crossing the boundaries between disciplines and fostering interdisciplinary solution to create new knowledge of biological systems in benefit of human health.
  • Multi-drug resistant and blepharitis causing clinical isolates, plant tissue culture and PCR based projects.
  • Development of a coherent system to understand emotions, human memory functioning, mental and behavioral disorders using neurophysiological signals.
  • Design and development of tools and techniques to analyze biological data and improve methodology in the life sciences.
  • Development of liquid bio-formulation of bacteria and bio-formulation of fungi for the cultivation of banana and other fruit/food crops, molecular diversity of microorganisms, ISSR, PCR-RAPD.
  • Testing of plant resistance in different cultivars of tomato, post-harvest diseases of banana and papaya for control, testing bio-control of the plant diseases and liquid or organic manures for tomato.
  • Analysis of salinity stress proteins of wheat varieties, salinity stress study of chili and induced mutation in okra.
  • Exploration of plant-pest interactions at proteomic level focusing on structural and functional relationships of enzymes and regulatory proteins such as protease inhibitors.
  • Analysis of milk clotting proteases from plants for cheese making.
  • Screening of PIs with therapeutic applications.
  • Insect gut microbial analysis and identification.
  • Isolation and characterization of secondary metabolites with medicinal properties.
  • Characterization of oil-degrading bacteria.
  • Isolation of enzymes for therapeutic targets.
  • Characterization of plant based nanoparticles for biological activity.
  • Virtual high throughput screening and identification of therapeutic lead compounds from medicinal plants for Alzheimer’s disease treatment using in silico and in vitro methods.
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